1. The department’s objective is to train professional talent along with an academic talent for tutoring. Therefore, not only will professional training be taken seriously, but also, learning to be competent in expression, communication, self-study, and team cooperation skills will be trained as well.
2. The department’s main objective for training is “statistics and management integration”. Teaching aspects, however, emphasize “learning while working” and regard the close integration of theory and practice as a focal point for fostering development skills for management policymakers.
3. The department encourages students to take part in every collaborative project so that students can utilize theory and apply it to analyzing practical/applied/real affairs.
Master students who graduate with 32 credits (not including a thesis and six credits of English) will be awarded a Master of Science in Management (M.S.).